Croatian Court Sentences Serb Paramilitary Commander For War Crimes

Croatian court in the city of Split has sentenced Tuesday 26 September the former Serb paramilitary commander and Australian citizen, Dragan Vasiljkovic, a.k.a. Captain Dragan, a.k.a. Daniel Snedded, to 15 years in prison for war crimes committed in Croatia during Serb aggression against Croatia in the 1990s. The sentence is pathetic. If true justice were […]

Croatia: War Crimes Trial Against Serb Dragan Vasiljkovic Finally Commences

  Serb former paramilitary commander Dragan Vasiljkovic (aka Captain Dragan, Daniel Snedden) went on trial in Croatia on Tuesday 20 September 2016 accused of torturing and killing soldiers and civilians during the 1991-95 war of Serb aggression against Croatia. Prosecution alleges that Vasiljkovic, 61, violated the Geneva Conventions while in charge of a Serb paramilitary […]

Croatia: Demands For Serbia’s Accountability For Crimes In Concentration Camps

  Eighty-eight former inmates of Serb-run concentration camps from Split-Dalmatia County, during the 1990’s Serb-aggression against Croatia, on Tuesday 14 July 2015 filed a motion at the prosecutor’s office in Split for a peaceful settlement of their claims for damages in which they ask that Croatia request on their behalf that Serbia compensate them as […]

Accused War Criminal Fails Last Ditch Effort To Avoid Extradition To Croatia

  Serb national and Australian citizen (who migrated to Australia at the age of 14) Dragan Vasiljkovic, 60, also known as Captain Dragan, who has lived in Australia under the name of Daniel Snedden, is a man wanted by Croatia on charges of war crimes committed during the 1990’s war. On Friday 15 May 2015 […]

Indicted Serb War Criminal Dragan Vasiljkovic Loses Final Battle Against Extradition To Croatia

  Dragan Vasiljkovic, a Serb with Australian citizenship known as Captain Dragan during his reported murderous rampages in Croatia as part of Serb aggressing in the early 1990’s, and also known by his adopted name in Australia as Daniel Snedden, has spent the last eight years in Australian prisons as he fought legal battles against […]

Croatia: “Chinese Whispers” fail – now let’s unveil the full truth of Serb aggression

Had the ICTY Appeal Chamber on 16 November 2012 not acquitted Croatian Generals Ante Gotovina and Mladen Markac of war crimes they were charged with in relation to August 1995, all the atrocities committed in Croatia prior to August 1995 would fade into forgetfulness and insignificance. The world would always refer to August 1995 as […]

Finally – accused Serb war criminal Captain Dragan to be extradited to Croatia

Australian Home Affairs Minister Jason Clare’s decision to give the final “go-ahead” for the extradition of Dragan Vasiljkovic (Captain Dragan, a.k.a. Daniel Snedden) could not have come at a better time. It almost coincided with ICTY’s Appeal Chamber’s acquittal of Croatian Generals Ante Gotovina and Mladen Markac. Serbia has responded to the ICTY acquittal with […]

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